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Old 09-23-2006, 07:24 PM   #1
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pls help engine crank won't start

i change my 02 housing with 1g o2 housing ported
at the same time i remove my power steering

while missing with power steering theres a big spark coming from alternator

now
it crank but won't start
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Old 09-23-2006, 08:42 PM   #2
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Re: pls help engine crank won't start

We learned the lesson to always remove a lead from the battery when working on the vehicle...

You probably blew a fuse if you saw a spark, go and check ALL of them. If it's cranking but not starting might be something as simple as an ignition or injector fuse being blown.
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Re: pls help engine crank won't start

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We learned the lesson to always remove a lead from the battery when working on the vehicle...

You probably blew a fuse if you saw a spark, go and check ALL of them. If it's cranking but not starting might be something as simple as an ignition or injector fuse being blown.
ya got it fix, it was my 30 amp fuse that's right by the battery
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